Brian S. Brown

I will keep this brief (I am still quite ill and not sleeping very well at all). Here is the latest pitch from National Organization for Marriage regarding why someone should fork over money to them:

n six days, we will launch a major nationwide educational campaign concerning one of the most important cases ever involving the religious liberty rights of people of faith. This case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v Colorado Civil Rights Commission is currently pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. Briefing in the case is complete and NOM filed an important legal brief in support of the right of Christian bakers like Jack Phillips to refuse to participate in celebrating a gay ‘wedding’ if doing so violates his religious beliefs. Oral argument is set for December 5th.

We are still about $875 short of the bare minimum we need to put the final touches on our effort to educate Americans about the importance of this legal case.

Brian S. Brown actually has his hand out looking for less than $1,000. How the mighty have fallen. One of these days they might actually file their 2016 tax return. The important thing is that nothing that NOM does, or has done, will have any effect on the outcome of this case. Nothing. Later on:

At a minimum, we must raise $875 in the next 24 hours, but I don’t want to settle for just the minimum. I want to raise enough to finish the production work ($875), and then have more funds available to run targeted advertising to reach millions of people about the importance of this legal case.

Brown proceeds to make the case for the baker about as incompetently as the rest of these schmucks. Not worth a response.

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By David Cary Hart

Retired CEO. Formerly a W.E. Deming-trained quality-management consultant. Now just a cranky Jewish queer. Gay cis. He/Him/His.